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Rock Off Fibro CD Released At HMV Stores As Deeside Couple Continue Their Fight Against Fibromyalgia

Tuesday 11 February 2020


From UK newspaper The Leader:


Jackie and David Williams
Jackie and David Williams.

Rock off Fibro CD released at HMV stores as Deeside couple continue their fight against Fibromyalgia

By Aaliyah Rugg
9th February 2020
©Copyright 2001-2020.

A DEESIDE couple continue to fight for those who are suffering with chronic pain.

David Williams, 50, of Connah’s Quay, started fundraising around three years ago after his wife Jackie was diagnosed with fibromyalgia – and Rock off Fibro was born.

Fibromyalgia is a lifelong, incurable condition that causes constant pain throughout the body and the initial idea was to raise funds to open a health centre in Deeside to help those with the condition.

Progress was made in setting up a centre, however, the building was subsequently taken over by the NHS.

David explained: “Originally raising funds for a health centre in Deeside, we had got that going but it stopped, the NHS took the centre over. We are now going to start to either raise funds for the Walton Centre or look at donating to other good causes related to fibro. We can help pay for these people that need specialist treatment.”


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